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How to change a heater core

I need info. on how to change a heater core on a 2000 dodge ram

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  • Mike Butler
    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    Hate to ask but is it leaking, is that why the change?

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Once you pull the dash out and get the old core out. If you have a copper one take a tubing cutter and cut the tubes in half that go through the firewall.Grt yourself two half inch copper couplers.Run the two pieces through the fire wall then drop the core in place connect then solder. If aluminum similar cut then flare both ends then connect with rubber heating hose and clamps and away you go. Then you don't have to disconnect air conditioning.

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